an old cowboy saying "no hooves, no horse." If old
paint doesn't have a solid foundation you'll be the one who
walks the trail. To make sure your horse's hooves are healthy,
pick up his feet regularly and inspect them. If your horse
has been standing in mud or water it can lead to cracked hooves.
for loose clinches. that's the firs sign of a shoe about
to pull. Call your farrier to reset the nail.
for hairline cracks.If they spread up to the coronet
band, they can seriously compromise the hoof's integrity.
rid of unsightly slough around the coronet band. It's
a sign of dryness. Apply our Hoof
Care Manicure and massage into the hairline.
horse owners have also discovered a secondary benefit of
Hoof Manicure. It strengthens and promotes growth of your
nails and softens rough spots anywhere on your body. It also
helps relieve itching and has a great fragrance. So keep one
in the house. For more information